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Mount Wilson, NSW, Australia

I’ve returned to this location many times. One of the things that fascinates me about the rainforest is the vibrant green of the undergrowth. Despite it being a blue sky day, the sunlight doesn’t penetrate the thick tree-top canopy, making the undergrowth appear more vivid and alive in the flat light. It’s one of the few occasions that makes shooting at midday acceptable for a landscape photographer.

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